Bachelor of Applied Science in Environmental Conservation
The Bachelor of Applied Science Degree in Environmental Conservation (BASEC) is a two-year 90 credit career-orientated degree for those who hold an associate degree in fields such as Environmental Conservation and Biology or who have the equivalent college-level credits.
- Designed to meet the growing employment needs for graduates with advanced skills in ecology, environmental sciences, and natural resource management.
- Work and learn in a department of ecology accredited water quality lab.
- An opportunity to develop and demonstrate leadership skills within the environmental sciences and natural resources management.
- Gaining the experience and knowledge to restore and manage habitat in forests, natural areas, and freshwater habitats for native fish and wildlife species as well nearshore environment.
- Classes meet three days a week and are a blend of lectures and discussions, labs, and field trips.
- Selective admission with fall quarter entry.
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- Upper-division classes carry higher tuition rates than associate degree courses. These rates are set by the State of Washington; you can find more information here.